Decorating a bathroom is always fun and exciting since you are going to do a lot of mix and match, trying every element and colors available to make up the most stylish bathroom you could have. Which is why choosing the right bathroom wall matters. In fact, there are plenty of bathroom wall ideas to choose from that will suit both your taste and decorative needs.
If you are currently thinking of bathroom renovation or still building it from scratch, this long list of fascinating bathroom walls will give you a lot of inspiring ideas. From bright and dark tiles, full wallpaper, nature-driven stone wall, to the funny, whimsical pattern, pick one that truly catches your heart.
This spacious bathroom looks even larger, thanks to the white color schemes. Completing the plain ceiling is the white shiplap that wraps up almost the whole surface. The wooden floor balances out things perfectly to create the most engaging beach-style look. To create a dimension on the floor, place a multi-colored striped rug that also separates the tub and vanity area.
Don’t let the wall get wasted if you dream of a well-designed bathroom. Create an accent through the recessed section on the wall by the tub and place decorative niches in it. You can repurpose it anytime, such as when you need more storage. Take out the décors and replace them with bathroom necessities instead.
There is only one word that can perfectly describe this Asian-style bathroom: aesthetic. From the textured wooden doors, brushed marble flooring, and the accent wall. But the last mentioned is undoubtedly the most attractive point of the design because of the traditional sculpture inserted in the middle.
Black and white are indeed never gone wrong, but with only the two of them may create a joyless vibe to a bathroom. Here comes pattern to the rescue with careful placement, highlighting the sink. The black and white scheme visually separates the shower and toilet area.
Blue is a color that will soothe your fatigue at the end of the day. Brush it on the bathroom wall, and you will find how surprisingly good it is. Match with white to accentuate it more, with the addition of ceramic floral sink for the pattern. The frameless mirror that reflects the other side of the wall creates a camouflaging effect, perfecting the overall design.
You can’t leave tiles when designing your bathroom wall. Create color blocks by choosing tiles from the same palette – in this case, plain blue with a yellow and blue combination. If it’s not enough, you still have rooms for this movie-inspired wall art.
For a more elegant and futuristic look, choose gray. Playing with different shades of gray resulted in a timeless design. Dark gray tiles are used for the accent wall, while tinier and brighter gray tiles make up an L-shaped dimension for the floor and one side of the wall.
Full wallpaper is enough for a statement so that you don’t need to add more wall décor or ornaments. The blue and white bathroom has an excellent balance for each color that they support each other’s appearance. Each element comes in clean lines that create a pretty layout.
Being the color of nature, green has this reviving energy that will refresh your mood instantly. If you take a closer look, you will notice that the floor, wall, tub, and accent wall are all green. But they look so coordinated and fascinating since they have different shades and patterns. And, of course, there is no better combination than the basic white.
Accent wall that made of tiles in different shades and patterns is undeniably too common. Try to be different by sticking moss on the wall instead! The touch of gray enlivens the mood in the white-dominated space. And the bright side is, it is completely removable so that you can replace it anytime you want.
If there is another name for “energizing,” it would be orange. Bring the lively vibe into your bathroom with these subway orange tiles for the whole wall. The shower box is noticeably elevated and visually separated by the darker orange tiles.
Show your love for rustic design by going all out for it. This dark rustic bathroom is built from salvaged yellow pines here and there, taking the most advantage of its natural color. Different shades are used for the wall and flooring, firmly separating both.
Speaking about room divider, the shoji screen exudes a strong Asian influence, reminding you of a Japanese-inspired bath. The design consistently using wooden elements and stone tiles for the wall and flooring. The stacked wooden board and statement lightings above the vanity highlight the area in a beautiful way.
Here is another white and gray-inspired wall bathroom with a distinctive accent wall over the far side. The dark stone stacked on the wall behind the tub, create an accent and dimension on the design. You may apply this trick if you happen to work with an elongated space.
An Asian-style bathroom is a perfect place if you are looking for some Zen and tranquility. Take a look at this sophisticated, luxurious bathroom that plays with textures instead of putting a lot of decorative elements instead. The rough surface on the wall around the tub is the focal point in it.
The tiny powder room has a strong nature influence in it. The shiplap beige wall is accentuated with textured stone and connected by the thick wooden board vanity table. Adding a vase of light-colored flowers will definitely brighten up the mood.
The crisp white bathroom is saved by the various pattern contained in it. Only half of the wall is covered by the subway tiles, but the shower box has the tiles cover it completely to make a visual difference. Looking up, the turquoise ceiling gives a splash of color.
When the texture is not enough, go bolder with this unique wooden wall. Altogether with the pebble accent flooring, both create a balancing dimension, supported by the transparent ceiling that sends an abundance of natural lights inside.
Let’s not be too serious with the bathroom, but it doesn’t mean putting less effort while designing. Take a look at the whimsical wallpaper that makes it look so fun. You can try this trick while building a bathroom for kids so that it will look entertaining for them.
It seems like you don’t need anything else when you have turquoise and white, both in a glossy finish. The design above proves that it couldn’t be more accurate. The right placement of the colors produces a balance-looking design, even though they have the same subway pattern and lack décor.
White is the first requirement for a farmhouse style, and the shiplap wall is the most prevalent wall design in it. But, you can show your personal taste by having it painted with thin black lines. Layers and dimensions are created by the glossy hex tiles on the floor, and the wooden-framed mirrors give a nautical touch.
This old rustic bathroom style will send you a few centuries back with its timeworn wooden wall. But it is not the only feature worth noticing – don’t abandon the quirky sink and mirrors!